UK assistive technology developer, Dolphin Computer Access, has worked with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to enable blind and partially sighted people to access the charity’s Talking … Continue Reading Dolphin Makes RNIB Talking Books Easier To Read
The popular social media app VoRail has launched a subscription model for its app, asking its users to pay a monthly fee to continue using the service. The service has … Continue Reading VoRail Users React To Subscription Model
While I couldn’t be with my co-hosts on @DoubleTapCanada this week due to man-flu, I was able to listen to Shaun and Tim rant on spectacularly on Episode 52 about … Continue Reading Steven’s Top 5 Things To Know About The Google Event
On this week’s episode of Double Tap Canada, Tim Schwartz and Shaun Preece discuss a wide range of topics as usual in their own inimitable style. Listen now to episode … Continue Reading Double Tap Podcast Episode 52 – Google Event roundup, Tim’s Top 5 Features of iOS12, Siri Shortcuts
Twitter has become a very popular social media service among the blind and visually impaired. This is because of how easy and accessible it is to share short bits of … Continue Reading Why Aren’t Image Descriptions Automatically Enabled In Twitter?
A new app from Google means users of Android phones can now control their phones using only their voice. The idea isn’t itself new, as smart assistants built into smartphones … Continue Reading Use Your Android Phone Only Using Your Voice
There’s a popular app that’s available for Apple and Android users called Be My Eyes that offers sighted assistance wherever you are just by using your smartphone. Volunteers are available … Continue Reading Get Help At Home Using Your Smartphone